Even Keynesian Economists Agree That El Salvador Did Right to Adopt Bitcoin

Frances Coppola is an economist with deep Keynesian studies. Here’s her unpopular opinion (in some circles): https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1402644492411355138.html My unpopular opinion (well, perhaps popular in some circles): the President of El Salvador’s decision to adopt BTC as an alternative to the USD for transactions in his country is actually quite sensible. 1/  Read more…

In June 27th 2015 a lot of Greeks had this moment of “OMG I don’t actually control my own money.”

Twitter thread by Nakadai_mon https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1401649473781125126.html Revolutions provides an upgrade in how humans could network and coordinate around the world. Bitcoin is the first step in a new way of networking, how we can instantly cordinate with anyone in the world without being stopped. #bitcoin The Internet disrupted information monopolies. #Bitcoin disrupts financial Read more…

What Makes Bitcoin so Attractive?

Anilsaidso, a great educator of bitcoin and author of Few Understand This https://gumroad.com/anilsaidso#WXmdZ has posted this thread on twitter: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1234645533098004480.html What makes #Bitcoin attractive? Let’s take a look at some of the lesser known forces driving adoption. Starting with B..B..Barbra Streisand 🎤 A 🧵.. The STREISAND EFFECT: A phenomenon whereby an attempt Read more…

Goldbugs vs Bitcoiners

There’s been a lot of debate between goldbugs and bitcoiners. I’ve watched a couple of videos, one with Michael Saylor, one with Robert Kiyosaki. We’ve had a nice talk on Twitter on this thread: Stanley Druckenmiller, legendary investor, on #Bitcoin Atom: “the way I’v always looked at gold”. More and Read more…

How Governments Killed the Gold Standard

From Mises Institute https://mises.org/library/how-governments-killed-gold-standard 05/28/2021Joseph T. Salerno The historical embodiment of monetary freedom is the gold standard. The era of its greatest flourishing was not coincidentally the 19th century, the century in which classical liberal ideology reigned, a century of unprecedented material progress and peaceful relations between nations. Unfortunately, the Read more…